April Fools' Day Joke Goes Very Wrong!

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April 3, 2013

April Fools Pregnancy Prank
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Tori Wheeler is an 18-year-old woman living in Wagoner County, Oklahoma. On April 1st she thought it would be fun to pull an April Fools' Day joke on her boyfriend, Derek Bauer, so as a joke she told him that she was pregnant. What followed was a perfect example of how things can very quickly get well out of hand.

So, Tori tells Derek she is pregnant. Well, Derek takes this news poorly and starts to get very angry. So, what does Tori do? Does she tell him it is all a joke? Of course not!

Miss Wheeler is very committed to this April Fools' gag, so in the face of Derek's growing anger, she decides to grab a knife and threaten him with it, which she later told deputies was all part of the joke. Makes sense, right? I mean, telling your man you are pregnant when you aren't is funny, but threatening your now angry boyfriend with a knife, well, that is just pure comic gold! But wait, it gets funnier.

You see, when Tori threatened him with the knife, Derek threatened to call the police. He apparently didn't get the joke. And it obviously wasn't a case of "you had to be there" because, well, he was there!

Okay, so now is when she told him it was all a joke, right? Hell no! Tori wasn't giving up on her comedic masterpiece yet. April Fools' Day only comes around once a year and she wasn't going to wait another 365 days to work her comedy magic. So, instead of telling Derek she was kidding when he threatened to call the police, she cut him across the throat and bit him twice. Ha, Ha, Ha! LOL! LMFAO! ROFLOL! Get it? Oh wait, that wasn't part of the joke.

Derek needed seven stitches and Tori was charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

Tori might not be very funny, but the chick in this video sure is:

And here are some site featuring girls that are actually pregnant: PregnantSistas, PregnantWishes and PregnantKristi.

Posted by A.K. Anderson at April 3, 2013 1:01 AM

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